Articles By Yarden Arar

Business Electronics Show? CES serves up productivity tech

It's called the Consumer Electronics Show, but at some point in the last decade, the line between electronics for consumers and all manner of digital technology blurred. Today, the acres of exhibits at

Published on: January 15th, 2012 Yarden Arar

Intuit bringing mobile payments to Canada

It's shaped like a chubby cork, covered in slate-colored rubber, and connects to mobile devices through--of all things--a headphone jack. But for small businesses, the best thing about Intuit's new credit card swipe

Published on: January 10th, 2012 Yarden Arar

One Laptop Per Child reveals sub-$100 XO-3 tablet at CES

OLPC, the acronym for One Laptop Per Child, might have to become OTPC if the program's latest reference design takes off. The nonprofit dedicated to bringing technology to kids in developing countries, in

Published on: January 10th, 2012 Yarden Arar

Dell Vostro V130, a fine multimedia laptop

The Dell Vostro V130 is the latest model in the company's Vostro lineup, joining such earlier entrants as the Vostra 3300 and the Vostra V13. With its snazzy anodized aluminum case, thin profile

Published on: February 7th, 2011 Yarden Arar

QuickBooks 2011 gets mobile, Web access

With QuickBooks 2011, Intuit performs a balancing act of reaching out to new users while trying to tempt veterans to upgrade to its latest market-leading small-business accounting software. And once again, the upgrade's

Published on: October 12th, 2010 Yarden Arar

Microsoft Sets The Stage For Windows 7

As users continue to grouse about Windows Vista nearly two years after its introduction, Microsoft appears relieved to turn its public focus on the next release of its flagship operating system. Pre-beta code

Published on: November 10th, 2008 Yarden Arar